Just breathe. It’s simple, but essential for success at the ASAA/Alaska Class 4A Track and Field State Championships.
The only way to reach the state track and field meet is to perform well at Regions, which are May 11-12 at Bartlett High.
Led by seven seniors, Chugiak has started the 2012 softball season strong — and the Mustangs want to keep that momentum going.
After being swept by Dimond, Eagle River softball dropped two close games to Bartlett on Saturday, May 5 at Albrecht Fields.
To say Dillon Pratt fully recovered from two, separate injuries three months apart would be the understatement of the year — or at least the middle school track season.
Chugiak High’s baseball team isn’t the same as last year.
The camaraderie shared between this year’s Eagle River High baseball team is unlike anything head coach Gregg Frost has seen.
Anchorage’s Shanon Donley narrowly defeated Eagle River’s Sheryl Loan to win the Arctic Bicycle Club’s 2012 Alaska Bike for Women on Sunday, May 6 on Birchwood Loop in Chugiak.
Izzy Powers, 10, won six events and racked up 137 points en route to a girls 10 and under individual title at the Alaska Swimming Junior Olympic Championships at Bartlett High on April 26-29. Powers helped the Chugiak Aquatics Club to a ninth-place finish with a combined junior team score of 401.5 points. The Knik Swim Club was sixth with 789.5 points.